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The Australian Vegan MagazineThe Australian Vegan Magazine

The Australian Vegan Magazine

May / June 2019

The Australian Vegan Magazine is designed to reach both vegans and potential vegans through the latest news and research, hard-hitting issues, vegan celebrity interviews, animal welfare stories, and loads of other vegan lifestyle features. The Australian Vegan Magazine is also your gateway to lots of delicious vegan recipes from quick family meals to more elaborate, sumptuous feasts for parties and special occasions. Don’t miss out on being part of the largest revolution.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Michaela Bilik TA. The Australian Vegan Magazine
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editor’s note

There’s so much commotion in the world of politics at the moment coming up to the federal election on Saturday, 18 May. It’s always both amusing and irritating to witness how passionate these politicians seem to be about issues facing Australians around this time, and it seems almost as though they are willing to sell their souls to get your vote.But judging from the past, most are just empty promises which the political parties won’t get around to because of something or another.Why is it that the rest of the time we are left feeling that our politicians really don’t give a stuff about the Australian people, our health, the environment, the increased price of living and the spike in suicides due to the stress of living in this modern…

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the australian vegan magazine

EDITOR/GRAPHIC DESIGNER/SALESMichaela GaineyCONTRIBUTORSJodie TaylorMark PearsonGreg McFarlaneAnita AhmadizadehBronwyn WyattBenjamin McCormickRebecca BurnettLisa BlairJessica ReidMem DavisOmanisa RossYvonne O’HalloranClare MannDr Ash NayatePUBLISHERThe Australian Vegan Magazine(ABN: 62 943 671 542)COPYThe next copy deadline for contributors is Monday, 20 May 2019ADVERTISINGThe next advertising deadline is Monday, 10 June 2019.For advertising please email sales@tavm.com.au.CONTACTPO BOX 777WARNERS BAY NSW 2282editor@tavm.com.au.WEBSITEwww.tavm.com.auSOCIAL MEDIAwww.facebook.com/australianveganmagazine/www.instagram.com/theaustralianveganmagazine/DISCLAIMERThe publisher/editor believe all information supplied to The Australian Vegan Magazine, including in interviews and articles, is correct and accurate at the time of printing. The publisher accepts no responsibility, to the full extent of the law, for information which proves inaccurate.All material in The Australian Vegan Magazine is copyright protected and cannot be reproduced, distributed or transmitted in any form or by any means without written permission from the publisher.The publisher accepts absolutely no responsibility for information…

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what’s on where

MAYLIVING WELL IN WASaturday, 18 May to Sunday, 19 May, 9.30am - 5.30am1 Graylands Rd,Claremont Showground, Perth, WAHeld over two days in the middle of May, this expo showcases everything that is naturally good for living well and enjoying health and happiness. The event offers an incredible opportunity for people to explore, experience and learn more about plantbased nutrition, sustainable green home and environmental solutions as well as shop for nature inspired clothing, natural medicines and more. For more information go to www.facebook.com/events/371275767009276/.THE MORNINGTON VEGAN MAKERS MARKETSunday, 19 May, 9am - 2pm69 Barkly St, Mornington, VICThe Peninsula’s Vegan Makers Market is back with an intimate ‘new monthly’ event bringing you everything ethical, crueltyfree and vegan. Set the date in your diary and take a scenic day trip to the beautiful…

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meet the contributors

MEM DAVISMem is a writer, naturopath, doula, and a health professional specialising in herbal and nutritional medicine. She is also a self-confessed whole food and fitness enthusiast, passionate about creating a healthier world.REBECCA BURNETTA freelance writer, deputy director of Adelaide’s Vegan Festival, filmmaker and creator of lovelifelivevegan.com, Rebecca is passionate about raising awareness about the animal, environmental and health benefits of being vegan.JESSICA REIDJessica is a science graduate who’s passionate about sharing the positive impacts of veganism through print, online and social media, having created @accidentallyveganaustralia. She’s also a qualified diver.ANITA AHMADIZADEHAnita is an author, illustrator, researcher, social scientist, long-term vegan and animal rights activist. She loves working with kids and inspiring compassionate living in early childhood. She’s also the founder of Gentle Heart Publishing.LISA BLAIRLisa is a former radio…

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know & remember your reasons

Many people, when deciding to go plant-based, can quickly become overwhelmed by what to eat, and instead of focusing on all the new and exciting foods they will now be introducing to their diet, they can tend to focus on all the things they’ll presumably be missing out on.But focusing on what we can’t eat has the potential to lead us into a downward spiral of despair and panic about what to eat, and how to eliminate all animal foods and their by-products whilst ensuring that our nutritional requirements are met.The good news is, gone are the days where tasteless tofu was the only thing on the menu. Not only has the tofu improved, but so have the meat and dairy substitutes.Starting with anything new always requires some adjusting, research…

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all about vegan cakes

After launching her new baking website last year and managing one of the most popular vegan baking Facebook groups, Sara Kidd has added a new cooking show to her repertoire. This vibrant, retro-themed vegan baking series teaches viewers how to bake vegan with ease. Think Martha Stewart meets retro meets vegan. Even non-vegans are tuning into her YouTube channel to catch up on her latest quirky creation and fun loving style.The first episode premiered in January in partnership with Veganuary and the reaction was very positive. The series aims to make vegan baking at home a breeze and inspire more people to bake vegan. The first season will teach viewers how to bake cakes, cupcakes, tarts, pastries and cookies.Previously, Sara worked the film industry as a distributor specialising in animal…

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